Gesine Manuwald

Gesine Manuwald is Professor of Latin at University College London and Series Editor of Fragmentary Republican Latin.

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Cover: Fragmentary Republican Latin, Volume III: Oratory, Part 1Fragmentary Republican Latin, Volume III: Oratory, Part 1Manuwald, GesineHARDCOVER06/10/2019$28.00
Cover: Fragmentary Republican Latin, Volume IV: Oratory, Part 2Fragmentary Republican Latin, Volume IV: Oratory, Part 2Manuwald, GesineHARDCOVER06/10/2019$28.00
Cover: Fragmentary Republican Latin, Volume V: Oratory, Part 3Fragmentary Republican Latin, Volume V: Oratory, Part 3Manuwald, GesineHARDCOVER06/10/2019$28.00
Cover: Fragmentary Republican Latin, Volume I: Ennius, Testimonia. Epic FragmentsFragmentary Republican Latin, Volume I: Ennius, Testimonia. Epic FragmentsEnnius
Goldberg, Sander M.
Manuwald, Gesine
HARDCOVER01/08/2018$28.00
Cover: Fragmentary Republican Latin, Volume II: Ennius, Dramatic Fragments. Minor WorksFragmentary Republican Latin, Volume II: Ennius, Dramatic Fragments. Minor WorksEnnius
Goldberg, Sander M.
Manuwald, Gesine
HARDCOVER01/08/2018$28.00
Cover: Philippics 1-6Philippics 1-6Cicero
Shackleton Bailey, D. R.
HARDCOVER01/31/2010$28.00
Cover: Philippics 7-14Philippics 7-14Cicero
Shackleton Bailey, D. R.
HARDCOVER01/31/2010$28.00
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